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Hot weather water fed pole cleaning


Nick772

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I take a little more time to rinse in the hot weather just to make sure the dirt is washed away as the water will dry quickly on hot windows. Turning up your flow will help too.

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1 hour ago, Nick772 said:

Hi just wondering with the hot weather can we still wfp in this heat and if so would you have to turn the flow up to compensate or leave the same as normal

Heat won’t make any difference to the clean but will need more flow to rinse well 

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It helps to use a high flow rate. I use 2lpm all year round anyway so this helps. I also try to work a bit quicker in the heat so that any scrubbed glass doesn’t get a chance to dry before rinsing. I’m glad I don’t do much traditional any more; I found on really sunny, hot days the suds would start to dry before I’d finished blading it off!

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